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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

Working hard to make sense of it all

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May 2016

One Hell of a Month

Well, I last blogged at the beginning of the month saying So, this first Friday in May, I'm going to look at setting up a more "rigid" writing schedule with Tuesday, being a Slice of Life day, and Friday, being... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts – Teenagers

After writing for 31 days in a row, my writing suffered mightily in April. Two whole blogs for the month? Really? Boooo!!! 🙂 So, this first Friday in May, I'm going to look at setting up a more "rigid" writing... Continue Reading →

Taking Part in a World Premiere!

Last night, I had the opportunity to take part in a world premiere, the debut of a new piece of music called "Lifelong Joy". A while back, I had a chance to pick up my tuba and play again after 26... Continue Reading →

Ah MAP Testing, Such a Joyous Time.

It's days like these that make me wonder if what I'm doing is making any difference in the least.  As I watch scores start to come in, and they aren't good, it just makes me question everything that I've done... Continue Reading →

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